Saturday, October 26, 2013

Democrat Kirsten Powers on the failed Obamacare website: "This time, Obama can’t blame Republicans."

Obama cabinet member Kathleen Sebelious on the very same failure: "And frankly, [there was] a political atmosphere where the majority party, at least in the House, was determined to stop this any way they possibly can . . ."

Thursday, October 17, 2013

This site is a total time suck. See you in six hours!

Here's an outstanding Ann Coulter op-ed piece on how fatuous the Democrat claim that Obamacare is "settled law" really is.

No major legislation has ever been passed like Obamacare -- and I'm using the word "passed" pretty loosely.

It became law without both houses ever voting on the same bill. (Say, is the Constitution considered "settled law"?) Not one Republican voted for it -- and a lot of Democrats immediately wished they hadn't. [...]

California voters said "no" to gay marriage in a statewide initiative to amend their constitution. State courts upheld the amendment prohibiting gay marriage. You might say the No-Gay-Marriage amendment was -- what's the expression? -- "settled law, upheld by the courts."

Liberal groups appealed to the federal courts, where an activist judge, who happened to be gay, issued a PC ruling overturning the will of the people. His work done, the judge then resigned from the bench.

There's lots more there. In reality, the law is only settled when the left gets its way.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Jay Nordlinger quotes the 2008 version of Barack Obama:

On the subject of health care, Obama could not have been more reassuring: "If you've got a health-care plan that you like, you can keep it. All I'm going to do is help you to lower the premiums on it. You'll still have choice of doctor. There's no mandate involved." Moreover, "we estimate we can cut the average family's premium by about $2,500 per year."

Boy, if that guy were still around, life here in the US of A would be a lot more tranquil in 2013. Alas, I suspect he never existed at all.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Blog of the Week: October 10, 2013

This week's blog of the week is The Rational Male. There is a companion book available at Amazon.

The Rational Male is a rational and pragmatic approach to intergender dynamics and the social and psychological underpinnings of intergender relations. The book is the compiled, ten-year core writing of author/blogger Rollo Tomassi from Rollo Tomassi is one of the leading voices in the globally growing, male-focused online consortium known as the "Manosphere". Outlined are the concepts of positive masculinity, the feminine imperative, plate theory, operative social conventions and the core psychological theory behind Game awareness and "red pill" ideology. Tomassi explains and outlines the principles of intergender social dynamics and foundational reasoning behind them.